bimbashi


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bimbashi

(bɪmˈbɑːʃɪ; bɪmˈbæʃɪ)
n
(Military) a Turkish military official
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After training, he was seconded to the Egyptian Army as bimbashi (major) in 1907, practising as a surgeon in Abbasiya.
After all, his story Bimbashi Joyce was in the same book.
Summary: The South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI), is concerned about the physical attack on Gezim Bimbashi
Their British victims included: Aldred Brown, Controller-General at the Central Administration in the Ministry of Education, on 18 February 1922; Bimbashi Cave, Deputy Commandant in the Cairo Police, in May 1922; Colonel Piggott, Paymaster-General of the British army, in July 1922; Thomas Brown, responsible for the horticultural section at the Ministry of Agriculture, in August 1922; and, W.N.
On 21st February 1922, the British troops from Wau under the command of Bimbashi Middleton clashed with a force loyal to Araithdit and defeated them in Akuoya (Alok) at Pongo River.